Kamis, 26 Mei 2011

Powerful Storms and Tornadoes Punch Central U.S

ST. LOUIS - United States for Powerful Storms and Tornadoes in Central U.S. Strong storms over middle America back on Wednesday, roared with a weak tornado touch down in isolated spots and severe thunderstorm threat of strikes in many countries.

The National Weather Service issued tornado watches and warnings in a number a dozen countries, stretching northeast from Texas, though the Mississippi Valley to the Ohio.

"Everyone is so fast and furiously as possible work," Beverly Poole, meteorologist major, said the National Weather Service office in Paducah, Kentucky, Missouri and southern Illinois, covers the southeast. "This is just a wild ride."

There were no reports of deaths from the new round of storms, although authorities reported dozens of minor injuries after a brief tornado touchdowns in Missouri and Indiana.

Wednesday was followed by a deadly outbreak of storms Tuesday in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas, at least 15 people were slain. The nation's deadliest single tornado since 1950 125 slain on Sunday in the Southwest Missouri town of Joplin.

storms pound central U.S.
Heavy rain hit, hail and lightning Memphis on Wednesday night sounded like a tornado warning. Dark clouds showed some rotation, but there were no confirmed reports of tornado touchdown.

Southern Indiana authorities at least 12 people were not life-threatening injuries after a tornado east along U.S. 50 in Bedford got treated, flattening houses, barns and other buildings in the road.

"The guys on the ground is there to say it is a predominantly rural area, which is great news for the masses, but of course not the people in the neighborhood," said Sgt. Brian Olehy Indiana State Police.

It was also reported injuries, when a storm a mobile home park west of Bloomington hit, state police said. The authorities were on their way to the scene but had to clear branches and power lines downed by the first street.

The Herald-Times reported first responders in the field performing search and rescue efforts and that had a broken pipeline in the area.

storms punch central U.S.
Earlier in the day, as many as 25 people suffered minor injuries when a tornado hit a number of homes and businesses in the central Missouri town of Sedalia damaged. Officials said most of them to the hospital for treatment.

"Given the destruction that is in Joplin - is that we live in Tornado Alley and Sedalia's historic hit by tornadoes in the past - I think people notice that the warning," Pettis County Sheriff Kevin Bond said. "And I think that really helped."

Officials in the school Sedan ended a few days early because of damage to buses. meet in a tough neighborhood law officers were on the corners and crews of electrical power lines as people sifted debris and cleaned, along with stuff.

One of the houses was badly damaged the home of Priscilla McCabe, 61, and her 30-year-old son Sean McCabe, who was home when the tornado hit. Sean McCabe led to the basement and said the storm pushed him the last flight. He had scraps and cuts on the hands, wrists, back and feet. Blood was visible in the house, and was much disappeared from the roof of the house.

"I saw what I saw gross debris and then dirt, and I'm like OK, let's go," said Sean McCabe, a service dog has epilepsy. "All I could think about was the dog."

storm pound central U.S.
Law enforcement authorities reported late Wednesday destroyed a house in the rural town of Ellsinore Carter Circle, about 150 miles south of St. Louis.

In Illinois, tapped into a strong wind, rain and at least four tornadoes possible from power lines and damaged at least one house and several farm buildings in the central and eastern parts of the state.

"Usually shingles from roofs and garages," said Illinois Emergency Management Agency spokeswoman Patti Thompson.
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